An out-of-this-world building experience based on one of humanity’s greatest cooperative and scientific achievements. 🌎🛰⭐️
This little tool is miracle worker when it comes to separating LEGO bricks of all shapes and sizes.
Durable storage bags that help you easily organize all those LEGO pieces (or other toys) and make cleanup a breeze.
Let’s go, Voltron force! This awesome set lets you build all five lions that can be combined to form the Voltron super-robot, complete with huge sword and shield.
If you want a fun LEGO project for your kids, lets them build you this pencil case for your office.
An isometric print of the Big Apple, rendered in building blocks.
If you’re an avid LEGO “minifig” collector, if you recently developed an interest after seeing The LEGO Movie, or if you’re just a kid who never grew up, then you’ll definitely want to check out LEGO Minifigure Year by Year: A Visual History by Gregory Farshtey. This full-color 255-page book starts with the detailed origins of the classic Lego Minifigure and follows…
It’s no secret that I love LEGO stuff. I have kits stashed all over the place, with a giant box of the toys in the attic, waiting for my kids to get a little bit older. Belkin’s LEGO Builder Case for iPhone 5 isn’t the only LEGO-inspired case out there, but it might be my favorite, as it’s built with a real,…
I love the following things: LEGO Lord of the Rings Macs I might just be $30 lighter by the time this weekend rolls around, as LEGO Lord of the Rings has shipped for the Mac. With 80 playable characters, multiplayer mode and a super creepy-looking LEGO Gollum, this app looks like a must-have.
If you’re looking for a more mature toy for the Lego-lover in your life, these hand-crafted, larger-than-life wooden Lego mini-figs looks just downright awesome. Each toy is unique, and numbered under the feet of the character. They come in a box full of wood shavings, so they’ll travel safely from French designer and woodworker Malet Thibaut’s shop.
Lots of Star Wars fans are also LEGO nerds. For those who are (my hand is raised), this book should really get the juices flowing. This illustrated encyclopedia features images of over 300 LEGO Star Wars minifigures, explaining how they are built, and detailing all of the little design touches we’ve all come to love and appreciate over the years.
Most of us nerds have some LEGO around the house, dating back from our childhood. Mine are in a giant tub in the attic. After finding today’s item, I’m ashamed of how I am storing them until my kids are old enough not to eat them. The IRIS LEGO 6-Case Workstation and Storage Unit is part storage, part workspace. With 6 sliding…
Speaking of cool notebooks, this special edition Moleskine notebook celebrates Lego, the brand that made many of our childhoods what they were. This 192-page ruled notebook comes with a yellow brick and Lego stickers, as well as a special inner cover and document pocket. If you were a nerd growing up, this might be a great way to show it off today.
Just because it’s recommended for ages 10 – 14 years, doesn’t mean grown men can’t also buy a box of LEGOs. This ultimate collector’s edition of the Batmobile is like the cousin to the ride in Tim Burton’s Batman films. This LEGO set is not too full of “specialty” pieces, and so it keeps with the best of LEGO tradition of building…